Middle College of Forsyth had two winners in the Winston-Salem Centennial essay contest. Junior Jessica Hill won for the overall High School division and senior Lajacia Lyles won in the 12th grade category. Jessica will be honored as part of the Winston-Salem Centennial celebration on May 9. Congrats to these well-deserving students!
Congrats to Early College of Forsyth senior, Brittany Devasure, who won a scholarship contest for Project Yellow Light, a national campaign that promotes safe driving habits for teens. Brittany won first place in the high school category; in addition to receiving the scholarship, her video will become an Ad Council PSA distributed nationally. Brittany will […]
Read this Camel City Dispatch article about Forsyth Tech and SECCA teaming.
Read this Stokes News article about the first graduating Early College class.
Read the Winston-Salem Journal’s article on the largest graduating class in Forsyth Tech’s history.
Read the full article at the following link: http://www.journalnow.com/news/local/article_84798026-ad24-11e2-b7e2-0019bb30f31a.html
College Will Lead Regional Effort to Expand Training in Computer Integrated Machining (Winston-Salem, NC) – Forsyth Technical Community College in Winston-Salem has been awarded a $825,000 Golden LEAF Foundation grant to lead a regional consortium of community colleges to expand the National Association of Manufacturers’ Endorsed Skills Certification Program in Computer Integrated Machining. The regional […]
UNC-TV December 7, 2012 As part of the NC Community College System’s 50th anniversary year, UNC-TV is airing profiles of each of the state’s 58 community colleges every week on its nightly show, North Carolina Now. Forsyth Tech’s profile aired Wed., Nov. 21 at 7:30 pm and was the lead story that night. View Forsyth […]
Winston-Salem Chronicle November 21, 2012 Dr. Adesanmi Abel Ojo returned to Forsyth Tech last week, telling students how the path that led him to a career in medicine began at Forsyth Tech. Ojo dreamed of being a doctor since his childhood in his native Nigeria. In 2002 when his family moved to Forsyth County, he […]
November 19, 2012 Diverse Issues in Higher Education The U.S. Department of Labor, in conjunction with the Department of Education, has recently awarded 54 grants to 297 schools across the U.S., District of Columbia and Puerto Rico to increase workplace development programs in community colleges around the country, thanks to a provision in the Health […]
As part of the NC Community College System’s 50th anniversary year, UNC-TV is airing profiles of each of the state’s 58 community college’s every week on its nightly show, North Carolina Now. Forsyth Tech’s profile will air Wed., Nov. 21 at 7:30 pm (closer to 7:45 pm during the second half of the show), which […]
The Stokes News November 9, 2012 Forsyth Technical Community College and the King Public Library have entered into a new partnership aimed at providing community job-seeking resources to the unemployed in Stokes County. Forsyth Tech’s new Employability Skills Lab is located in the King Public Library and provides free job search information, resume preparation, mock […]
WFMY-News 2 TV Tune into WFMY News 2 tonight—Barry Lawing, History instructor at Forsyth Tech, will be providing live Forsyth County election results commentary from 7:30 – 11 p.m. on WFMY-News 2 from in front of the Government Building on Chestnut St. in downtown Winston-Salem!
The Business Journal November 2, 2012 Caterpillar is more than halfway to its projected full employment at the $426 million heavy equipment axle manufacturing factory that opened in the Triad a year ago this month. One of the factors that drew Caterpillar to Winston-Salem was the promise of a customized training program for its employees […]
Winston-Salem Chamber October 31, 2012 Nearly 300 students from 17 Forsyth County middle schools and Brunson Elementary School will gather November 3 to test their skills in science, technology and teamwork during the second annual Forsyth County Invitational Robot Run Tournament. The Robot Run, organized by the Winston?Salem Chamber of Commerce and its Technology Council […]
Forsyth Tech November 1, 2012 Forsyth Tech announced today the appointment of Mamie McKinney Sutphin as its new Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Executive Director of the Forsyth Tech Foundation. Ms. Sutphin has served for five years as Vice President for Resource Development at United Way of Forsyth County. Citing Forsyth Tech’s success in […]
Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center October 26, 2012 Forsyth Tech has been welcomed into the Community College Consortium for Health and Safety Training (CCCHST). The CCCHST consists of community colleges partnered with business and industry, universities, and community-based organizations to offer a consistent and quality response to the national training need for hazardous waste […]
Winston-Salem Journal (Editorial) October 25, 2012 The grants provided by the Golden Leaf Foundation have generally proved to be effective and successful. They are a strong example of investing in our economic future. As the Journal’s Richard Craver reported in Sunday’s Journal, grants from Golden LEAF have served as “the closer” — the deciding factor […]
The Stokes News October 25, 2012 The Stokes County Board of Commissioners gave tentative approval to the Forsyth Technical Community College Stokes campus at a county meeting on Oct. 8. The commissioners unanimously approved the North Carolina Community College System Tentative Approval for Capital Improvement form. The form describes the proposed project as a roughly […]
Ardmore Auditorium 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. I Am Domestic Violence is a phenomenal theatrical performance. You do not want to miss this powerful and energetic educational experience! I Am Domestic Violence is A One-Woman Performance Presentation. Students, faculty, staff and college community are welcome and encouraged to attend. Wambui Bahati is a nationally acclaimed […]